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Prepositional Phrases

Prepositional Phrases

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This lesson introduces prepositional phrases and how they are used.
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Recognizing prepositional phrases

Prepositional phrases provide details and begin with a preposition.

Source: LaShanda Lawrence

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    Jo Howe about 2 years ago

    Agree with statement below. "Before you leave" is a dependent clause. Before is a subordinating conjunction in the example provided.

  • Jane
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    Jane — over 2 years ago

    "before you leave" is not a prepositional phrase. "Leave" is a verb. You have a clause.

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